LARGE SIZED HANDMADE PAINTINGS OF HINDU GODS

Birds
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11.0 inch X 7.0 inch
$145
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Peacock Pair
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7.0 inch X 11.0 inch
$145
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Parrot Pair
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7.0 inch X 11.0 inch
$350
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Birds Watercolor Painting on Silk Fabric
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14.5 inch X 10.5 inch
$195
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Birds Watercolor Painting
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10.5 inch X 14.5 inch
$195
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Khodiyar Mata (Rare Goddesses of India)
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19.0 inches X 29.0 inches
$195
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Arjuna Kills Jayadratha (From the Mahabharata)
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1.3 feet x 1.8 feet
$435
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Five Headed Hanuman
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18.5" X 28.5
$245
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Goddess Lakshmi
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22.0" X 34.0
$510
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Navadurga - The Nine Forms of Goddess Durga - SIDDHIDATRI (The Ninth)
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17.5 inches X 27.5 inches
$560
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Rare Goddesses of India Series - Naagabai Mata
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18.5 inches X 28.5 inches
$265
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Rare Goddesses of India Series - Hingraaj Mata (Goddess Seated on a Duck)
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Rare Goddesses of India Series - Hingraaj Mata
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18.5 inches X 28.5 inches
$265
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Kumara Karttikeya (Skanda)
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19.5 inches X 31.0 inches
$435
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Krishna the Enchanter
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15.0" X 14.5"
$420
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The Benevolent God Shri Ganesha
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12.5" X 16.5"
$315
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Rajput Procession
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54.5" X 29.5"
$345
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Mughal Procession at Taj Mahal
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54.0" X 30.0"
$365
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Saraswati - Goddess of Knowledge and Arts
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11.0" X 17.0"
$330
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Shri Ganesha, Lakshmi and Saraswati
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11.0" X 17.0"
$385
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Radha Krishna
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20.0" X 31.5"
$275
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The Benevolent God Shri Ganesha
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11.5" X 18.0"
$315
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Pink Roses
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19" X 29"
$435
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Touching to Feel Him
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13.0" X 17.5"
$310
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Beautifying His Beloved
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15.0" X 20.0"
$405
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Raga Chandra
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22.5" X 35.0
$275
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The Taj Mahal
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54.0" X 30.0"
$485
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Procession at the Taj Mahal
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63.5" X 40.0"
$625
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Procession at Hawa Mahal of Jaipur
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64.0" X 40.0"
$625
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Navadurga - The Nine Forms of Goddess Durga - SKANDA MATA (The Fifth)
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17.5 inches X 27.5 inches
$560
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The Calligraphist
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21.5" X 33.0"
$275
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Panch-mukha Sadashiva with His Consort Parvati
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33.0" X 21.0"
$245
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Arjuna Blowing His Conch on the Battlefield of Kurukshtra
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21.0 inches X 33.0 inches
$370
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Rasa Lila of Krishna with Gopis
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20.0" X 32.0"
$435
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Five-headed Sadashiva
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21.0" X 33.0"
$245
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Mother Goddess Kali (Scroll Painting)
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41.0 inches X 53.0 inches
$1035
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HariHara (Composite Image of Shiva and Vishnu)
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10.0" X 14.0"
$270
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Shiva Linga Protects Baby Ganesha
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12.5" X 18.0"
$540
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Lady with Messenger Pigeon
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19.5" X 29.5"
$215
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Goddess Gayatri
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21.0" X 32.0
$290
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Mahayogi Shiva
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17.0" X 26.5
$540
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Ritual of Kali Puja
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1.7 ft x 2.5 ft
$510
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Mother Goddess Kali
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22.5" X 34.0
$275
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Dhanvantari Incarnation of Lord Vishnu
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20.0" X 32.5
$250
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Goddess Gauri
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21.5 inches X 33.5
$275
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Mahasiddha Tilopa
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16.0 inches X 21.5 inches
$475
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Goddess Manasa Devi
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1.2 ft x 1.5 ft
$350
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Shri Krishna's Mathura Gaman
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92.5" X 47.5"
$2075
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Shiva Concocting His Favorite Drink
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23.0" X 34.5"
$345
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Lord Shiva on Mount Kailash
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11.5" X 18.0"
$405
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Four Armed Blessing Ganesha
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19.5" X 28.0"
$315
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The Divine Cow
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29.5" X 41.0"
$275
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Goddess Mahakali
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21.5" X 33.0"
$395
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Rasa Mandala with the Life of Krishna Kanhaiya
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69.5" X 40.0"
$1035
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Mighty Hanuman
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19.0" X 29.0"
$550
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Vishnu Narayana
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20.0" X 29.0"
$215
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An Evening of Music with Krishna and Radha in Vrindavan
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Procession at Hawa Mahal Jaipur
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54.0" X 29.5"
$485
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Saints of India - Sri Ramanujacharya
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1.1 ft x 1.5 ft
$510
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Lord Ganesha
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1.3 ft x 1.8 ft
$560
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A Decorated Cover of the Holy Koran
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2.4 ft x 3.4 ft
$560
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Lord Vishnu
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1.1 ft x 1.6 ft
$205
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Bhimsen - The Patron Deity of the Traders of Nepal
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1.6 feet x 2.4 feet
$615
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March of Elephants
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57.0" X 31.5"
$425
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Omar Khayyam
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35.0" X 22.0"
$810
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Lord Hanuman Sings the Glories of His Beloved Lord Rama
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Q1. What is the effect of a large painting?

 

The primary effect of a large painting in any space is a dramatic and awe-inspiring one, as it becomes an artistic center of attention for anyone who enters that space. A large artwork brings an aesthetic quality to the ambiance and adds stunning opulence to it. 

 

Q2. How does size affect an artwork?

 

The size or scale of an artwork plays a crucial role in determining the kind of response it receives from the audience. For example, a large artwork mesmerizes people, catches their attention, and demands them to take time and observe it completely from a distance that gives them a wholesome picture of it. A small artwork, on the other hand, is an invitation to look closely, and observe keenly and leads to a personal interaction between the onlooker and the art. 

 

Q3. How big is too big for a painting?

 

Imagine a 17,000 feet painting done with brilliant colors, priced at about $62 million! ‘The Journey of Humanity’ completed by artist Sacha Jafri holds the record as the world’s largest painting, challenging our apprehensions about the upper limits of a painting’s size. This tells us that there is no limit to the size of a painting, and variables such as the requirement of the buyer, size of the space, subject matter, etc. play a role in deciding if a painting is too big in a particular context. 

 

Q4. How do you know if a painting is too big for a wall?

 

The simplest way to determine if a painting is too big for a wall is by measuring the dimensions of the wall you want to place the painting on, and comparing it with the size of the painting. If the dimensions of the artwork exceed those of the wall, then that painting is too big for the wall. 

 

Q5. What is the purpose of large artwork?

 

Large artworks grandly bring a sense of drama and astonishment to any space and add to its character with their magnified aesthetics. A large artwork is sometimes produced because the subject it depicts- a divine or heroic personality, a mythological story, or a historical event, requires a large-scale artistic representation to truly capture the meaning and significance of the theme. 

 

Q6. What are the rules for watercolor painting?

 

There is a long list of rules that the artists follow to come up with a stunning watercolor painting. Some of them are- selecting a good quality paper or canvas, preparing the paper well by wetting it thoroughly, using the right combination of colors to give a complementing balance of shades, beginning with lighter and softer tones and adding bolder hues later, employing a mixture of wet on wet and wet on dry techniques that results in a mature and aesthetically superior artwork, select different sizes of brushes for adding details to the elements focusing on providing a smooth finish to your watercolor painting. 

 

Q7. What makes a good watercolor painting?

 

A good watercolor painting has certain discernible qualities that place it above all the other artworks in the same medium. The Chitrasutra from the Vishnudharmottara Purana in the 41st chapter or Adhyaya mentions the qualities of a painting as the employment of perpendiculars for body postures and proportions, exquisiteness, variation in composition, being true to life and foreshortening or the presentation of depth in the composition. 

 

Q8. What is the golden rule of watercolor?

 

“The master or acharya praises the lines”- this is what the Chitrasutra, an ancient Indian authority on the art of painting opines on what is the most important component of a painting. Lines, the most basic and simultaneously difficult-to-perfect element in a watercolor should be well-defined and mastered to come up with a perfect watercolor. Thus we can say that the perfection of lines is the golden rule of watercolor in the context of India. 

 

Q9. How long does watercolor paint last?

 

Watercolor paint has a decent lifespan and rarely ages beyond use for years. External variables such as temperature, light, dust, and human interaction determine the fluctuation in its longevity, but if kept in a cool, dry, and clean space, watercolor paint lives for long, with some fading of the bright colors.